Andrew Craig
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Andrew Craig


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The best kept secret in music


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"Just Gettin' Started" - self-released CD (2010)


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“You are a magnificent musician – thank God for you in the future!” - music icon Quincy Jones

“Andrew Craig is a supreme musician for our modern age, fusing rhythm and blues, gospel, jazz and new age genres with proportion, taste and skill” - Carol Lipson, The Live Music Report

He’s Musical Directed high-profile tributes to Quincy Jones and Oscar Peterson, as well as York University’s 50th Anniversary Concert. He’s arranged music for 50,000 children singing for Nelson Mandela. He’s shared the stage and the studio with some of the biggest names in music: from Wynton Marsalis to Herbie Hancock, Molly Johnson to Measha Bruggergosman, to name just a few. He’s received commissions from diverse organizations, from the National Arts Centre Orchestra to the Toronto 2015 Pan/Para- Am Games.

Andrew Craig is a true Renaissance man in the arts: singer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, producer, director, broadcaster and impresario. He is engaged in a broad range of activities in several areas of new media, including live performance, radio and television production, scoring for picture, and music theatre.

Recognized as a leading cultural thinker, Andrew is frequently asked to offer his guidance and consultation to organizations such as the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University, and the Toronto Arts Council. He is a former resident artist at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre.

As a radio host for CBC Radio’s national live concerts program “Canada Live”, Andrew continues to help showcase the remarkable breadth and depth of Canadian musical talent.

As a solo performer, Andrew continues to break boundaries by performing on his custom-made instrument, breaking down the barriers between genres to create a style all his own